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After a drunken feast in the year 1067, Leif Blackhair’s life takes a terrible turn: He’s accused of raping and strangling a Jarlabanke daughter, member of one of Sweden’s most powerful Viking clans. And he doesn’t remember a thing.
Only when he’s exiled and his family’s farm is turned over to the Jarlabankes to pay for his crimes does Leif realize he was set up—by his friend Ragnar Jarlabanke. Ragnar wants to get rid of Leif so he can get his hands on Leif’s wife.
Leif must find a way to prove that Ragnar set him up. Of course, without evidence or witnesses, and considering the Jarlabankes’ influence over the community, his chances are grim. But if he doesn’t clear his name, he will never again see his wife, and the Jarlabanke clan will work his father and siblings to death to pay for the assault on their honor.
NOTE: This is a historical thriller.
Riley has been fascinated with crime investigation since she discovered Law & Order on TV. So, when it’s announced a serial killer is loose in the city, hell-bent on killing twelve-year-olds like Riley’s sister, she’s on full alert. Not even Mark, the hot college boy pursuing her, can take her mind off the case.
A victim found near the hospital where Riley’s friend Alyssa works makes Riley think she’s found a lead: The killer’s signature appears in the hospital, so it must be someone working there. The girls alert the NYPD, but the police dismiss their claims.
Convinced that she’s onto something, Riley embarks on her own investigation. When another victim is found near the hospital, she’s even more convinced she’s right. Only problem is, her prime suspect turns out to be Mark…
(The Smiley Killer is a companion book to the Girl Undercover Series that can be read on its own.)